Helen Britton 'in context' is an exciting exhibition proudly hosted by Holmes à Court Gallery.
This FREE exhibition showcases a diverse collection of over 60 works including jewellery, fashion, textiles, paintings, drawings and ceramics.
Born in Australia and based in Munich and Australia, Helen Britton has presented 27 solo exhibitions worldwide. Her works are also represented in many public collections including the National Gallery of Australia, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
In her latest exhibition, 'in context', Helen's works are presented in the context of works by some of the key artists from the early years of her development, including Barbara Bolt, Pippin Drysdale, Nola Farman, Gill Irvine, Else van Keppel, and Philippa O'Brien, alongside her current West Australian collaborators, Justine McKnight and Michelle Taylor.
The exhibition is also complemented by works by David Bielander and Yutaka Minegishi, both internationally renowned artists and Helen's Munich studio partners for over 13 years.
Helen Britton 'in context' is currently open to the public until Sunday 11th of October, 2015. Entry is free and all are welcome.
Helen will be the Artist in Residence from 21 September to 11 October 2015.
For more information on this exhibition, please visit www.holmesacourtgallery.com.au